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deinstitutionalize

(dē-ĭn′stĭ-to͞o′shə-nə-līz′, -tyo͞o′-)
tr.v. deinstitutional·ized, deinstitutional·izing, deinstitutional·izes
1. To remove the status of an institution from.
2. To release (a mental health patient, for example) from an institution for placement and care in the community.

de·in′sti·tu′tion·al·i·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
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South Africa (SA) escalated the pace of deinstitutionalisation of the mentally ill following the promulgation of the Mental Health Care Act 17 of 2002, but, as pointed out in the editorial in this issue by Lesley Robertson and colleagues, [1] this was not accompanied by the necessary development of community-based services.
Yet surely Professor Hendershott, in her fears of deinstitutionalisation's social impact, is confusing essences with accidents?
This should not, of course, be interpreted as a defence of deinstitutionalisation per se.
Firstly, deinstitutionalisation is not a new concept in SA.
While research has highlighted the often negative consequences of deinstitutionalisation for people with mental health problems, particularly the risk of homelessness (Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission 1993; Lezak and Edgar 1996; Slade et al.
Contract awarded for Communication campaign for people with mental disorders (support for deinstitutionalisation)
In particular, the evaluation should address the following tasks: To examine the contribution of the deinstitutionalization measures and the promotion of social inclusion to the strategic objectives of the Republic of Bulgaria in the field of social inclusion for the period 2007-2015, including adherence to the principle of additionality; To explore the contribution of the measures for deinstitutionalization and promotion of the social inclusion to the specific objectives of the Operational Program "Human Resources Development" 2007-2013; To compare different approaches to implementing deinstitutionalisation measures and to promote social inclusion and to identify the most successful ones in terms of effectiveness, sustainability and impact on the target groups.
The opinion on Deinstitutionalisation in care systems at local and regional level adopted unanimously on 30 November during the plenary session provides specific guidelines for the transitional period, reflecting a growing perception that institutional care is outdated.
Part 1: Measurement of a contract for the deinstitutionalisation of social attitudes and those related to the subject of the change;
Contract notice: Design work for investment projects: deinstitutionalisation zps and dss raca in.
Under the National Project Support deinstitutionalisation foster care (hereinafter NP DEI) code ITMS 27130230014 (Bratislava region hereinafter BOD) code ITMS 27120130537 (other self-governing regions of Slovakia hereinafter SR) is provided subject procurement and implementation activities podaktivE[degrees]t NP DEI, the content of which is the provision of staff training bodies of social and legal protection of children and social guardianship (SPODaSK) LSA & F offices, papers counseling and psychological services (RPPS) and employees orphanages, organizing training workshops for the need to ensure the educational activities of the contracting authority for the purposes of implementing the national project NP DEI, as follows:
The contract is the supply of goods necessary for the implementation of projects providing deinstitutionalisation orphanages namely: